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Seat Sizing

27 December 2011 No Comment
Antarès Dressage Saddle

As scary as it might seem when your buying a $1000+ saddle that you'll be using for the next few years, sizing your seat is pretty simple. First, sit on a chair so that your knee is at a 90 degree angle. Then, measure your your leg from the back of your buttock to the corner of your knee. This number roughly translates to:

Up to 16 1/2" 15" seat
Up to 18 1/2" 16" seat
Up to 20" 16 1/2" seat
Up to 21 1/2" 17" seat
Up to 23" 17 1/2" seat
Up to 23" 18" seat

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